Founded in 1883, Auckland is New Zealand’s largest university with over 40,000 students. The University has eight faculties (Arts, Business School, Creative Arts and Industries, Education and Social Work, Engineering, Law, Medical and Health Sciences and Science). It is also home to two large-scale research institutes (Auckland Bioengineering, and Liggins), and other institutes and centres.
Employee benefits include five weeks’ annual leave, research and study leave, and over 300 different career development courses. The University also offers discounted childcare centres, employee assistance programme, company superannuation scheme, and discounted health insurance.
The University of Auckland states its commitment to providing an excellent working environment through flexible employment practices and conditions which support a balance between work, life and family. Flexible work arrangements include part-time, changes to hours of work, leave without pay, partial retirement, reduced responsibilities, remote working and job sharing.
Past Flexible Jobs
Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Youth Mental Health
- Permanent Part-Time
Between 0.4 and 0.5 FTE. Mid-career enthusiastic health professional with a clinical background and research/teaching expertise in youth mental health. Should have a PhD or equivalent.
- Fixed-Term Part-Time
0.5 FTE fixed term appointment for 2.5 years. Research Fellow to join a research project team examining ethnic inequities in emergency departments in Aotearoa New Zealand. Requirement for a PhD (or equivalent).